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The Rules Directory

What is the TMP Rules Directory?
It's a listing of rulesets for miniature wargaming, located here.
My ruleset isn't listed. How can I get listed?
Please send a reference copy to Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian.
Do you cover scenario and campaign books?
Yes, but only if they are intended to support a specific ruleset.
Do you list roleplaying games?
We will list RPGs is the rules support the use of miniatures and if appropriate figures are available.
Do you list variant rules?
Yes. If they are stand-alone rules, they can have their own listing. If they are supplemental, they can be listed in the Supplements section for the primary ruleset.
Do you list free and non-commercial rulesets?
Do you list 'home' rules?
To be listed, a ruleset must have been published and made available. Posting a ruleset online counts for this.
Do you list rules which are not completed yet?
Yes, if the rules have been made available to the public.
Why do you list boardgames?
We list boardgames which use miniatures. We also list boardgames where counters can easily be replaced with miniatures – particularly in the case of naval, aviation, and starship games.
Why do you list out-of-print rulesets?
So that people can find out if such-and-such ruleset is still available. Also, rulesets that are out-of-print often become available again in a new edition or form.
Do I have to pay anything to get listed?